South Metropolitan TAFE floral artist wins first prize

By Ivy James
Updated October 27 2016 - 4:14pm, first published October 21 2016 - 1:46pm
Bunbury's Julia O' Byrne took on 131 entries from 10 colleges across Australia and brought home the first prize for creating a floral sheaf holding the spirit of the Rio Olympics displaying impact, eye appeal and ease of hold. Photo: Ivy James
Bunbury's Julia O' Byrne took on 131 entries from 10 colleges across Australia and brought home the first prize for creating a floral sheaf holding the spirit of the Rio Olympics displaying impact, eye appeal and ease of hold. Photo: Ivy James

Bunbury’s Julia O’ Byrne has out-flowered 131 entries nationally with her floral sheaf, bringing home the first prize in an Australia-wide prestigious floristry competition hosted by Wildflowers Australia.  

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